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[closed] FireFox Stacks Floated Sidebar and Main Column (40 posts)

  1. iamPariah
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    ROFL Neither of you morons knows what the problem actually is. All you did, Whooami, was hit Edit CSS in the Web Dev extension and take a screenshot. I could have told you that just opening the Edit CSS pane jumps the left column div into place--it's a characteristic of the odd behavior that makes many people believe it's an FF layout bug.

    As far as my design... I've seen your no-talent, no-traffic sites. They respond to your opinions and coding ability far more eloquently than I could.

    I love how small-minded individuals who feel bullied by someone or something else in their lives (lawsuits, maybe?) have found that the anonymity of the Web enables them to rebuild their battered egos by picking on someone else.

    I asked an honest question, looking for help in a community where I've helped many over the five years I've been a part of it. Neither of you know enough about the subjects in my help request to be of assistance, but you decided it was an opportunity to further your puerile need to appear L33T. Unfortunately, your illusion of advanced coding ability is flimsy and easily seen through by anyone with a little intelligence. Even if you had been more careful in your copious admissions of ignorance in the above replies and rejoinders, your blogs, which are poorly coded with the design sensibility and complexity of kindergarten crayon drawings, speak volumes about your ignorance and lack of ability.

  2. Root
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Well I am not going to get into *mine is bigger than yours*. Our respective profiles tell the story. If you have been helping out for 5 years that is obviously about a year or two before WP started. Funny that your membership number is about 4,000 below mine. I try to avoid saying what I am going to say next but there is always a time for profanity. And this is it. I have developed templates used by thousands of WP users. Not once have they borked. And not once have they rendered inconsistently in any browser. And it is an odd fact that out of a million plus users here and a fair few CSS gurus, no one but no one uses position absolute for their blog layout. No one is going to help you. Because they will not help you fix something you should not be doing in the first place.
    The childish stuff - I am just going to ignore.

  3. moshu
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    I have developed templates used by thousands of WP users. Not once have they borked. And not once have they rendered inconsistently in any browser.

    I can testify: that's absolutely true!

  4. whooami
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    anonymity? I am hardly anonymous.

    As for the rest, check your apache logs .. you will very clearly see MY ip loading your site on my desktop. I'm not even going to bite the temptation to put up what I did to make it display.

    Thats too easy for you.

    Good luck, guru.

    --

    Being called a moron by someone that suggests that a browser can differentiate between content inserted by wordpress and content inserted, by say, text pattern.. LOL, whatever.

  5. Root
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    OK guys. Thanks. :) Lets move on. Happy blogging. :)

  6. iamPariah
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    Root said:

    And it is an odd fact that out of a million plus users here and a fair few CSS gurus, no one but no one uses position absolute for their blog layout. No one is going to help you. Because they will not help you fix something you should not be doing in the first place.

    No, Root, you're the moron. I NEVER said I was using position: absolute. I said I tried it as one troubleshooting step among many. Again, you reaffirm that you never read what you bitched and moaned about. I told you twice that I don't use position: absolute. Additionally, the word "absolute" doesn't appear anywhere in my code, the code you supposedly scrutinized.

    Learn to read English.

  7. iamPariah
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    ...someone that suggests that a browser can differentiate between content inserted by wordpress and content inserted, by say, text pattern.. LOL, whatever.

    Really? When did I say that? I don't see any part of this conversation wherein I typed the phrase "text pattern".

    I see now how this entire debacle developed. Neither of you can read. You glance over something, pick up a word or phrase, and jump to a conclusion. You don't read the facts or information, nor did you ask for more. You haven't the slightest idea how to troubleshoot a technical issue, which is probably why your respective websites and templates never went beyond sophomoric code complexity and aesthetic.

  8. iamPariah
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    This article depicts you both to a T.

  9. whooami
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    here is EXACTLY what you said:

    FireFox (Win, Mac, and Linux) has a long-standing bug that can cause problems with side-by-side floated containers whose content is filled by WP.

    NOT THIS:


    FireFox (Win, Mac, and Linux) has a long-standing bug that can cause problems with side-by-side floated containers

    I read fine, thanks. You might notice that I used the phrase "by say".. In other words, it could have been anything. You are the one that made an initial differentiation.

    Additionally, you would do well to read whatever you wrote. I wont bother. The only person arguing or tossing out insults, for that matter, is you.

    Here's some friendly advice too -- be a good netizen and upgrade your install. Your site is hackable, in case you werent aware.

  10. Chris_K
    Member
    Posted 6 years ago #

    This thread ain't going anywhere positive.

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